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How do you use Fluke Calibration equipment? Share your experience. You could win!

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Winners will be announced
during the first weeks
of November, December
and January.

See the prizes
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Fill out the entry form and
enter your story by:

October 20
November 24
December 22

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for your favorites
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People's choice voting

Celebrate being a metrology problem solver.

Tell us how you used a Fluke Calibration product to solve an interesting problem and we’ll send you an official Problem Solver Challenge Coin. Not only will you add to the reservoir of shared calibration knowledge, but you will also receive a unique piece of metrology memorabilia—and you could win a valuable prize!

Our metrology problem solvers

Check out the metrology problem solvers: professionals sharing stories about how they’ve used Fluke Calibration technology to solve an interesting measurement problem.

Here are the November winners

If you feel inspired to share a story of your own (and we hope you do), scroll down for details about the contest and how to enter. It’s easy!

Why enter

Everybody wins

Commemorative coin

Send us your qualified entry and we'll send you this limited-edition commemorative Metrology Problem Solver Challenge coin.

Monthly top prizes

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Our metrology experts select monthly Grand Prize winners who receive this Fluke tool bag filled with a Fluke 1AC II Aw VoltAlert Electrical Tester, Fluke 62 MAX+ Infrared Thermometer, Fluke 323 True-rms Clamp Meter, plus a Fluke cap and USB flash drive.

People's choice award

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Vote for your favorite stories; a People's Choice Award will be announced each month. Winners receive a Fluke 62 MAX+ Infrared Thermometer.

Here’s how to enter

  1. Describe how you use a Fluke Calibration product
    1. Written submission, 300 words or less.
    2. Video submission, 3 minutes or less. You must post your video to YouTube and include “Metrology Problem Solvers Contest” in the title.
  2. Submit your story. For written descriptions, just copy and paste. For video descriptions, provide a URL link to your YouTube video.
  3. On or about the first week of November, December and January a panel of judges will evaluate the eligible entries and select prize winners. See the terms and conditions for details.

During the same time periods we will announce a People's Choice Award based on votes from your peers.

Submit your story

Vote for your favorite story

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Life after Fluke

Felipe S.

Product(s) used: 5522A

My story: I do a lot of calibrations and I think everyone...read more

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Meeting the requirements of AMS2750

Travis G.

Product(s) used: 1529

My story: Meeting the requirements of AMS2750 for heat treat...read more

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Perform more calibrations in-house

Alan D.

Product(s) used: 5520A

My story: When I took over our company's electrical calibration lab...read more

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Calibrations on chart recorders

Andrew M.

Product(s) used: 712

My story: We do some calibrations on chart recorders for a supply chain...read more

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November entries

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Calibrate our secondary standards

Jeffrey H.

Product(s) used: 52120A

My story: We use the Fluke 5730A and the Fluke 52120A to calibrate...read more

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Variety of Fluke calibration instruments

Josh B.

Product(s) used: 5128A

My story: Our lab uses a vast variety of Fluke calibration instruments...read more

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Small calibration company

Greg W.

Product(s) used: 9141

My story: As a small calibration company with a focus on on-site calibrations...read more

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Accredited calibration lab in Canada

Jamie J.

Product(s) used: MET/CAL software

My story: We run a 17025 accredited calibration lab in Canada...read more

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New water treatment plant

Clinton S.

Product(s) used: 9170

My story: I have been performing a large variety of calibrations of instruments...read more

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AC measurement verification

Fatos S.

Product(s) used: 5725A Amplifier

My story: I had to perform some AC measurement verification in 10 A range...read more

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Fundamentals of electronic measurements

Lukas D.

Product(s) used: 9171

My story: Serving in the United States Marine Corps as...read more

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Texas oilfields

Scott C.

Product(s) used: 725

My story: Working in the Texas oilfields, my Fluke 87, 725 and 771 have...read more

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Calibrate our lab standards

John T.

Product(s) used: 5730A

My story: We use the Fluke 5730A to calibrate our lab...read more

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Verifying the accuracy

Gregory O.

Product(s) used: 5520A

My story: I was tasked with verifying the accuracy of...read more

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Accreditation and accuracy in electrical functions

Cristian M.

Product(s) used: 5500A

My story: We were a laboratory with little scope in electrical...read more

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Magnitude of pressure

Garcia T. and Jhon S.

Product(s) used: 714B

My story: The cima ltda lab had low work volume...read more

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Calibration technician course

Matthew P.

Product(s) used: 714B

My story: Being an instructor for the Marine Corps' Calibration Technician Course...read more

Meet the head of our judging team

Jeff Gust

Jeff Gust is the Chief Corporate Metrologist for Fluke Calibration. He is a recognized member of the international metrology community, holding active roles with several leading professional organizations. Jeff has authored numerous technical papers on various metrology topics, is a recognized authority in proficiency testing and has performed more than 50 laboratory accreditation assessments. He holds a B.S. in Physics from Purdue University, is a past President of NCSLI and a recipient of the Measurement Science Conference Woodington award.

Follow Jeff on Twitter @Jeff_Gust

Terms and conditions

This promotion is open only to customers of Fluke Electonics Corporation in the United States and of Fluke Corporation or its other affiliates outside the United States who are at least age 18 (or the age of majority under applicable law, whichever is older). The Promotion starts at 12:01 AM (Pacific Time) on October 2, 2017 and ends at 11:59 PM on December 29, 2017. Each customer who submits an entry that qualifies for this promotion (Qualified Entry) will receive a Fluke Calibration Challenge Coin (Challenge Coin; approximate retail value $7.71).

One (1) Grand Prize winner will be selected each month by a panel of judges during the promotion (3 total prize winners). Each monthly prize winner will receive a Fluke tool bag filled with a Fluke 1AC II A2 VoltAlert™ Electrical Tester; Fluke 62 MAX+ Infrared Thermometer; Fluke 323 True-RMS Clamp Meter (approximate combined retail value $325.59), plus a Fluke baseball cap and Fluke USB flash drive. Sponsor will determine the color, accessories, and features of all prizes at its sole discretion. For promotion rules and details about how to enter, read the complete terms and conditions.